Never-Married Employed Men’s Gender Beliefs

Nemoto, Kumiko; Fuwa, Makiko und Kuniko Ishiguro (2013): „Never-Married Employed Men’s Gender Beliefs and Ambivalence Towards Matrimony in Japan“. In: Journal of Family Issues 34:12. 1673–1695. Never-Married Employed Men’s Gender Beliefs weiterlesen

Re-reading the Salaryman in Japan: Crafting masculinities

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Reflexivity: unmarried Japanese male interviewing married Japanese women about international marriage

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Reconfiguring Gender and Familial Relationships in Japanese Popular Fiction

Dollase, Hiromi Tsuchiya (2011): „Choosing Your Family: Reconfiguring Gender and Familial Relationships in Japanese Popular Fiction“. In: The Journal of Popular Culture 44: 4. 755–772.  Reconfiguring Gender and Familial Relationships in Japanese Popular Fiction weiterlesen

Asian Male Domestic Violence Victims: Services Exclusive for Men

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Visual Culture and Organized Labor’s Critique of U.S. Hegemony in Occupied Japan

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